The Telus Men's Super-G of FIS world Cup Skiing at Whistler
Ivica Kostelic of Croatia pushes out of the start gate of the men's Super-G of Telus presents FIS World Cup Skiing at Whistler, British Columbia, January 21, 2008. Kostelic finished eighth overall. (UPI Photo/Heinz Ruckemann)
Germany's Felix Neureuther put together two solid runs Sunday to win the men's slalom at the World Cup Finals in Switzerland.
Croatian veteran Ivica Kostelic won the men's slalom in Slovenia Sunday for his first World Cup won of the season.
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Ted Ligety of the United States won his second gold medal at the Alpine World Championships in Austria by winning the men's super-combined Monday.
Marcel Hirscher of Austria and Germany's Lena Duerr were the winners of Tuesday's Moscow City Event World Cup slalom races in the Russian capital.
World Cup points leader Marcel Hirscher of Austria won the men's slalom in Kitzbuehel, Austria.
Felix Neureuther of Germany was strong in the second run and nabbed the victory in the men's World Cup slalom in Switzerland Sunday.
American skiing star Lindsey Vonn, who won 12 races and the women's overall World Cup title, topped the FIS cup money list for both men and women in 2012.
Sweden's Andre Myhrer led wire-to-wire and captured Sunday's men's World Cup slalom in Slovenia by nearly a half second over Cristian Deville of Italy.
Ted Ligety of the United States won Saturday's World Cup giant slalom in Slovenia by a wide 1.61-second margin over Alexis Pinturault of France.